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Yes, Give it to me

Something is Brewing in This Market… 

 September 22, 2015

By  Rayner

In this week’s market analysis, I’ve got a question by Denise, who asked me:

How do I learn how to trade?

Here’s what I said:

You can get a comprehensive trading education at Babypips. This is good especially if you’re totally new to trading.

Then go to my Trading Academy where I’ll teach you advance trading concepts that are seldom talked about.

Lastly, you should read my recommended reading list to gain further insights to the different types of trading methods out there.

These are free material that you should absolutely take advantage off.

Now, back to the markets…

…this week I share with you why the easy money in the S&P is probably over.

Then I’ll teach with you how to use the relative strength concept, and select the ‘better’ currency to trade.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s market analysis. As always, comments are welcomed and encouraged. Cheers!

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  • For sugar (downtrend) and usd/jpy (uptrend), it looks like they are both at the weekly 50 MA, my question is are these moving averages tradeable on the weekly timeframe, dont you usually trade off daily timeframe using 20/50?

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